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. these men pray together, celebrate the eucharist together and also they have these meetings at the two coffee bars, that they call bar jonas. they begin to see we're multicultural. gradually they learn from experts, they study theology. they took charge of the council and some of the document prepared by the vatican congregations were rejected because they were too legalistic and a whole new approach came thanks to what these men were experiencing as church people. they did an extraordinary job. >> i want to ask you too, vatican ii is a brand name in the church. you say vatican ii, people know it all. >> i'm talking about people from all faiths and no faiths. we don't really -- we really don't know the details. it's kind of a brand thing and we have '62 and '65, you were ordained in '62. it was planned if our -- for a couple years. yet, it was not implemented until 1969. for 7 years we continued -- or whatever it was, 4 years. >> how was that? >> we had committees designed from vatican ii to implement what vatican ii said. the idea of translation
the eucharist we become the body of christ. >> we don't consume him, he consumes us. >> stephen: he said this is my body this, is my blood. >> there he was in his body. he said eat this bred, it's my body. he didn't say take a chunk out of my arm or tap my blood. [laughter] >> stephen: if jesus is in heaven and on earth how can they be in two place as the once. >> it's the trin jit a mystery. >> stephen: the eucharist is also a mystery. >> no, it's a fake. [ laughter ] >> stephen: let's get back to priests. >> yes. >> stephen: surely you had some good experience with priests. >> many. >> stephen: are you calling them fool? >> they are brothers in christ as long as they don't pretend to do the impossible they do wonderful things. >> stephen: christ rose from the dead. >> yes. >> stephen: how can you accept that and not accept that god can work through the priest top transsub stan shiite. >> nothing in the bible -- >> stephen: upon this rock i build my church and the gates of hell should not prevail against it. >> that didn't say he was a priest. [ laughter ] >> stephen: no but st. paul sa
that as an indication he would not push for shared communion, a celebration of the eucharist, any time soon. the pontiff did not mention the name martin luther once during his service. but later he did refer to luther behind closed doors in meeting with german protestant leaders. he gave germany's top protestant a sense of hope coming away from the meeting. >> it may be possible to come together freely. to celebrate communion together. >> it was not [inaudible] again, benedict seemed to be reaching out, saying that baptism was a bond that all christians shared, but many protestants felt that was talking down to them. and that the pope viewed catholicism is the only true faith. as he prepares to step down as pontiff, protestants are still critical of benedict. the pope focus his energies in a different direction, moving to mend fences with orthodox christians. in 2006, he visited istanbul to call on the patriarch of constantinople, patriarch bartholomew is the first among equals. patriarch and haunted promised to work on unification, a highly significant about, but the pope did not get that far with the
. and that can come only from the heart that prays. because eucharistic adoration is so powerful. it's the key to change the world from the inside. >> all right. thank you very much. like pope benedict from germany. so we're expecting more -- i can't tell if the pope is still out in the popemobile, but nobody is leaving. everybody is looking at those big screens over st. peter's square. >> well, ben, i have an advantage, i can see the bird's eye view of st. peter's square. so he most definitely is still there. the popemobile still continues to do the tour and indeed we've seen people lifting children, lifting babies up for the pope to kiss. we'll be right back. up next, more from the crowd and as you said they are part of something historic. and let's not forget that pope benedi benedict, a german, pope john paul from poland, the first nonitalian popes in about 500 years. >>> welcome back to our special coverage of the pope's second as to last day. he's in his popemobile touring the st. peter's square. and he's saying farewell to the faithful who have come to see his last general audience. sho
in much of the media has reaped it. if the stock market hit eucharist must be assigned everything is okay. right? wrong. ben bernanke's promise to keep printing dollars. the jobless rate went up it was a sure sign he would print more. stocks went up more. things are not okay. your 8% unemployment and zero growth is not okay. our debt will hit 17 trillion this fall, that is not okay. this is the worst recovery from a recession in three generatio generations, and to sit back and accepted as if we can't do any better is just plain wrong. the president's cheering gallery in the media wants us to settle for and accept the new normal. no jobs, no growth, big debt, just like europe. surely we are not going to go along with this, are we? i don't think we should start now. all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. rify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. sie
, in this mystery. in prayer. especially in the daily eucharist. this is our joy that no one can take away from us. before to personally say good-bye to you, i would like to say i will continue to be close to you in my prayers, especially over the next few days. so that you may be full of the passion of the holy spirit in the election of the new pope. may the lord show you what he wants from you. among you, there is the future pope. to whom today i promise my unconditional reverence and obedience. be with a lot of affection, i want to give you my apostolic blessing. [ applause ] >> pope benedict xvi, with the final blessing for his cardinals. they return the blessing with a standing ovation. [ singing in foreign language ] >> the pope will now greet each cardinal personally in order of seniority. and as he does that, i want to bring in john, a veteran vatican journalist. also the author of a new book. the pope's take on the church, always growing, always changing. as he talks about a living church, we have to reflect on how this act of resignation will actually change the church and affect the car
united in these mysteries, in our prayer and eucharist every day. and thus serving the church and mankind. that's something which no one can deprive us of. so personally, i would like to say, that i will continue to serve you in prayer, in particular in the coming days, so that you may be touched by the holy spirit in the election of a new pope and hope that the lord will show you the right way. and i promise my obedience and respect for the next pope, i give you the epistolia blessic from my very heart. in the name of god may he bless all of you in the name of the father and the son and the holy spirit. >> a very special moment there as pope benedict xvi blesses the cardinals. they are right now at sola clementina where pope benedict xvi has addressed the cardinals for what presumably is the last time. as we see him there, he will actually talk to the cardinals one on one, spend a couple minutes with each one of them. we have with us monsignor hilgartner and father edward beck. i want to start with you, monsignor. you listened to what pope benedict xvi just said. can you in our speak dec
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